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This week: Homes in Charlotte, N.C.

1. Myers Park Located blocks from Freedom Park, this four-bedroom brick Colonial Revival was built in 1920. The home includes hardwood floors, crown moldings, a media room, a screened-in porch, and a second kitchen at basement level. The 0.76-acre lot includes a large brick patio, a fenced area, and a two-car garage. $1,595,000. Vicky Mitchener, Dickens-Mitchener & Associates, (704) 342-1000

2. Eastover Built in 1935, this six-bedroom brick home was renovated in 2005 and includes a gourmet kitchen, a library, and a master suite with spa. Details include hardwood flooring, crown moldings, and multiple fireplaces. A large covered patio overlooks the back lawn. $3,750,000. Vicky Mitchener, Dickens-Mitchener & Associates, (704) 342-1000 

Steal of the week3. Elizabeth This 1926 two-bedroom home has original details throughout, including high ceilings with crown moldings, French doors, period light fixtures, and a restored original butler’s pantry. Outdoor sitting spaces include a deck overlooking the backyard and a large front porch with a swing. $390,000. Cynthia Kopyar, Owner, (614) 499-7551 

4. Dilworth Built in 1946, this four-bedroom cedar-shake and stone bungalow is located one block from Latta Park. Interior details include a two-story great room, a living room fireplace, and a spa in the master bathroom. The quarter-acre property includes a stone patio and veranda and a one-car garage. $899,000. Patty Hendrix, HM Properties, (704) 552-9292 

5. Foxcroft This 1926 four-bedroom landmarked home is situated on three acres in one of Charlotte’s oldest suburbs. The home features an updated kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, three fireplaces, and a wood-paneled study. The grounds include mature landscaping, a rose garden, and a pool with a gazebo and patio area. A one-bedroom guesthouse with kitchenette is included. $2,495,000. Jocelyn Rose, HM Properties, (704) 975-9900 

6. Myers Park This three-bedroom stucco cottage-style home was built in 1930 near Queens University of Charlotte. Features include a renovated gourmet kitchen, updated bathrooms, and a large master suite with cathedral ceilings. An enclosed patio features a built-in grill and decorative brick walls. $775,000. Laura and Marshall Gilchrist, HM Properties, (704) 909-5060

7. Steele Creek This five-bedroom Tudor is located on four and a quarter acres on Lake Wylie. The master suite has vaulted ceilings, a two-sided fireplace, and a spa bathroom. Additional amenities include a sauna, an elevator, and an exercise room. The property features a saltwater pool, an outdoor kitchen, and a private boat slip. $3,800,000. Shelley JohnsonKeller Williams Realty, (704) 609-8077

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